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Index views on SQL 2000 Standard


Index views on SQL 2000 Standard

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Hi,

My understanding is that it is possible to use create an indexed view in SQL2000 standard edition? (was going to buy Enterprise)

The main slow performing query that I have that uses a view is:

SELECT vLogData.requisition, vLogData.OrigDate, vLogData.Originator, vLogData.TotAmt, vLogData.[Status Description], vLogData.Approver, vLogData.SubmittedTo, vLogData.ApprDate, vLogData.ReqName, vLogData.Dept, vLogData.PO, vLogData.Comments, vLogData.CO, vLogData.myReq, vLogData.Closed, vlogdata.sent FROM REQ.dbo.vLogData vLogData where vLogData.OrigDate >= '11/8/2012' ORDER BY vLogData.myReq



How would I create an indexed view in SQL2000 standard for this ?



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krypto69 (11/8/2013)
Hi,

My understanding is that it is possible to use create an indexed view in SQL2000 standard edition? (was going to buy Enterprise)

The main slow performing query that I have that uses a view is:

SELECT vLogData.requisition, vLogData.OrigDate, vLogData.Originator, vLogData.TotAmt, vLogData.[Status Description], vLogData.Approver, vLogData.SubmittedTo, vLogData.ApprDate, vLogData.ReqName, vLogData.Dept, vLogData.PO, vLogData.Comments, vLogData.CO, vLogData.myReq, vLogData.Closed, vlogdata.sent FROM REQ.dbo.vLogData vLogData where vLogData.OrigDate >= '11/8/2012' ORDER BY vLogData.myReq



How would I create an indexed view in SQL2000 standard for this ?


You don't.

Direct quote from BOL (http://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/cc917717.aspx):

Indexed views are a feature of SQL Server 2000 Enterprise Edition and SQL Server 2000 Developer Edition only.


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